The Stockton FFA will be holding their annual Goblin’s Glory Halloween extravaganza on October 22nd, in the Stockton High School gyms.
The events will start with a soup supper at 6pm, followed by the kids costume contest at 6:30, ages 6-under and 7-12.
Games and bingo will also begin at 6:30, and the merchandise auction will start at 7 pm.
The Goblin’s King and Queen crowning will begin at 8 pm.
A Veteran Service Representative from the Kansas Commission on Veterans Affairs will be in the following locations on Monday 9/14/15. Please spread the word to veterans & their families.
Osborne Veterans Building 9:30 – 11:00 AM
Russell City Hall 1:00 – 2:30 PM
No appointment needed. First come first served.
The KCVA is a State of Kansas Agency who assists veterans and eligible family members obtain their VA benefits as allowed by law. There is no cost for our services.
Bob Boyd, 80 , of Hill City, Kan has been selected by Area Agencies on Aging in Kansas to be honored as Keeping Seniors in the Game!SM first pitcher on Thursday August 6th, 2015 at the 7 p.m. feature game of the National Baseball Congress (NBC) World Series.
The 81st NBC World Series happens at Wichita’s Lawrence-Dumont Stadium Games begin Friday, July 24 and go until Saturday, August 8.
Boyd is one of 16 Kansans over age 80 throughout the state selected for the honor. The Keeping Seniors In the GameSM initiative recognizes the vitality and contributions of older Kansans and raises awareness of Area Agencies on Aging– a national network of groups that provide unbiased answers and real help to seniors and family caregivers with the goal of helping seniors stay happy and independent in their home communities.
Boyd and his wife, Diane have been married for 45 years. They have four daughters–Valerie, Susie, Robyn, and Kristen and 15 grandchildren.
Cathy Russell of HaysMed encourages central and western Kansas residents to consider Lifeline benefits.
In the past, HaysMed Lifeline subscribers had to be at home or close to it to benefit from the service.
But today’s subscribers can be anywhere in the United States and assured that help will arrive when needed, said Cathy Russell, HaysMed Lifeline coordinator.
The service is now equipped with the Global Positioning System, more commonly known as GPS. It is available in many counties in central and western Kansas.
“Lifeline is able to track you at or near your home, as well as throughout the country,” Russell said. “Whether you are in a rural community and your closest neighbor is 15 miles away, or you travel to another destination, Lifeline is at your fingertips.”